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Prima Tel Aviv Hotel

0.0 out of 5.0

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The Prima on Haryakon street (between the Dan and Sheraton ) is somewhere in the middle of rating 6.5 to 7 out of 10 By Israeli standards It's clean and tidy - air conditioned with great views of the ocean at Frishman street BUT it doesn't have a balcony on any of the rooms or a swimming pool. It wasn't exactly cheap at AUD 350 per night but it's the location that's good. They only serve breakfast - 6.5 out of 10 by Aussie standards - not lunch or dinner. Eating places open here around 10.30 and lunch is considered main meal of the day. The beach opposite is the big draw card here.

This hotel is beautiful, modern and clean. It is located right on the Mediterranean Sea. We had a beautiful room on the second floor with a view of the Sea. The room was clean, spacious and very comfortable. We had just spent 3 nights at a rundown Prima hotel in Tiberias so this was a welcome respite. It is about a mile or so from the old city of Jaffa. There are several nice restaurants right on the beach less than a block away. This is a boutique hotel very close to other large and well known hotels. Nice area to stay in.

After a shaky first night when we were not allocated the double beds we requested, all was satisfactorily sorted out and we enjoyed a wonderful stay after upgrading to a sea view room. All staff warm and friendly, very helpful. Breakfast varied due to Shabbat and then Passover which we weren't expecting but a varied breakfast in any event.

For business trip in Tel-Aviv. The hotel looks nice, rooms clean and spacious enough. Nice rain shower in the bathroom which is a treat. The breakfast offers good variation and is tastfull, while looking over the mediterranean. My room had thin walls though (don't know if all of them faced the same issue) Could here neighbors loud and clear. Wasn't an issue for me otherwise would have mentioned it at desk. Price quality range is good.

The room was clean and well designed. The front desk staff was very pleasant (particularly a young russian gentleman who worked both overnight and the morning shift one day). The breakfast is quite good and the location right near the beach and around plenty of restaurants is great.

This was the third Prima hotel in our Gate 1 Israel tour. I'm a solo and my room was minuscule. And considering that solos pay a substantial solo surcharge it didn't seem fair... that being said the bed was very good, The bathroom was nice.. refrigerator, safe, closet, full size mirror all good. The staff at the breakfast was nice, the selection of food was good the night we arrived I was freezing in the room I kept playing with the thermostat... I couldn't get anything to heat up I went down at midnight and he said that "heat doesn't work. It's broken. Turn off the thermostat it's only blowing cold air " How hard would it have been for them to have a note to say that at the front desk instead of me staying up till midnight trying to get warm, he did give me a very nice fluffy extra blanket finally. if I was going to book a hotel I would not book this one unless I had an Ocean View and above the third floor I enclose a picture of what the front faces.. Not a classy view. Perhaps if those two properties ever get renovated... And the noise level from the lower level restaurant at night was shocking and the cars honking and trying to park and people yelling in the streets. I'm not familiar with telaviv as a whole and maybe this hotel presents a good value ? was a walk to any fun restaurants .we didn't use the beach but I understand it's very busy in the summer. And I'm sure that's a big draw Between 5 and 7 they have light snacks and coffees and teas in the lobby, that was nice. And the staff seemed to be friendly and tried to be accommodating

This hotel is in the prime beach location of Tel Aviv. Large really nice hotels and condos all around it. Clean and a bit utilitarian. This hotel is an excellent choice if you want to save a bit of cash. I would stay here again.

Stayed for 6 nights as I was in Tel Aviv for business and as a tourist. The service at the reception was alright, no vey warm but not terrible.. The room was tiny (the only one available on booking.com) and the view was crappy (even though the hotel is right near the beach, so that's depressing!) Every time they'd clean the room they'd do a terrible job! Mediocre cleaning, wouldnt replace the soaps/tissue/vanity kits, etc.. on one day there was absolutely no electricity all day and then didnt fix the wifi until very late. I complained about this and they gave me bad attitude. On the morning I was checking out, I stepped out of my room for a second and when I got back to my room there was a guy checking the room (EVEN THOUGH I HAD HUNG THE DONT DISTURB SIGN ON THE DOOR) he was assessing that everything was okay in the room BUT I HAD NOT EVEN CHECKED OUT! I entered the room and told him I had not checked out yet, he said okay and continued checking even though I was VERY UNCOMFORTABLE IN A TINY ROOM WITH A STRANGER THAT WOULD NOT LEAVE. Honestly, I would NOT stay here again. The rooms arent cheap however they act like a cheap hotel. Dont bother, book another hotel. It's 2017 there's no excuse for bad service.

We visited for two nights. Pros:. Location near beach and restaurants, breakfast abundant and staff there good, reasonable parking next door, hit drinks and cookies in Lobby in afternoon, clean. Cons:. During a hot spell in February, room was boiling yet we were told that HVAC unit could only blow hot and we should open window, which helped a little but introduced street noise keeping us awake. Hotel provided fan. A foul up during check in, booking.com had not included breakfast in our rate and the hotel was initially unwilling to help us resolve this. They needed booking.com's "permission" to give us breakfast at a reduced rate. Absurd. Other similar service-related problems. Would not return.

This hotel was in a great location near more expensive hotels. Get a beach view. The sunsets are magnificent from the windows. The street view is opposite a very run down building. I'd also suggest a room higher up for views and quiet. The breakfast spread is fantastic. Reception was friendly and helpful and you can get bicycles to get around for free. Nothing fancy but fine. Just walk across one street to the beach. Note. some rooms have been renovated. The hall carpets could use replacing. Yet there is a quaintness about the place.

Hayarkon 105 Tel Aviv

Prima Tel Aviv Hotel places you next to Frishman Beach and a short stroll from other popular sights like Dizengoff Centre. This 63-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Tel Aviv, the hotel is also near Gordon Beach and Habima Theatre.


Dining

You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


All 63 individually decorated rooms feature refrigerators, safes, and phones. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Rooms also include desks.

Rooms


Guests of Prima Tel Aviv Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and conference space. Limited parking is available. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and a computer station.

Property features

Room options

Deluxe Room, Sea View

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Single Small Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

66% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 432 reviews